Gah-Kai (pronounced 'GAR-kay') is a PhD candidate in political theory at Warwick. His thesis concerns the ethical and political issues in mitigating the risk of catastrophic tsunami-generating earthquakes. He is supervised by Keith Hyams and Simon Caney.

His interests cover most areas of social, legal and political philosophy. Aside from his doctoral research, he has written on consent in medical ethics and he has an ongoing project on the morality of discrimination (especially in LGBT contexts). He also has an emerging interest in bringing the resources of analytic philosophy to bear on issues in psychiatry, criminology, criminal justice an…

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